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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Can Food Insecurity Be Reduced in the United States by Improving SNAP, WIC, and the Community Eligibility Provision?
by Ana Poblacion, John Cook, Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Allison Bovell, Richard Sheward, Justin Pasquariello, and Diana Cutts
World Health and Medical Policy
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